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    New Guy New Tank

    Hi everyone. Been around for 3 years and just got my tank setup finally. Just letting it cycle as I will be out of town more than home for a few weeks.
    Tank goodies:
    SCA 150 rimless w/ghost overflow
    3- radion G4 Pros
    Bubble King DC180
    2- MP40's
    Varios-6 return pump
    Apex fusion
    Going to start with LPS and then add in some easy SPS.



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    Sounds like you have a good plan. Just remember, nothing good happens quickly in this hobby.

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    3 years! I think I am taking my time.LOL. Thanks for the tip. I am old and patient.

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    Nothing wrong with being old".................or patient
    Tankless

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    Looks good, how do you like the ghost overflow?
    Tankless

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    Quote Originally Posted by skjohn98 View Post
    Looks good, how do you like the ghost overflow?
    Love it John. Quiet and doesn't take up much room at all. Expensive but saves real estate for corals.

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    Very nice setup! If you want some macro algae for a fuge or anything, I have been harvesting Caulerpa racemosa out of my tank pretty regularly lately.
    240g FOWLR - complete!, WIP 125g reef/inverts, WIP 30g/20g mantis.


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    Quote Originally Posted by carmelpi View Post
    Very nice setup! If you want some macro algae for a fuge or anything, I have been harvesting Caulerpa racemosa out of my tank pretty regularly lately.
    Thanks for the offer. What are you using for fudge light? Still looking st which one. I have a 40 breeder just for macro.

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